Interested in joining the Chancellor’s Commission on the Status of Women (CCSW)?
CCSW is an advisory council to the chancellor and other university administrators on issues that relate to women students, faculty and staff at UNO. Our goal is to provide a forum for women at UNO in conjunction with the organization’s core themes: awareness of women’s issues, balance in women’s lives and community and women’s roles.
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CCSW will be hosting a membership information meeting on Wednesday, March 14 in MBSC room 222 and we welcome all that are interested in joining to stop by.
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